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Disney Dream

Capacity
2500
Crew
1450
Tonnage
129 690
Length
1,114.7 ft (339.8 m)
First voyage
2011
Decks
14

The Disney Dream is the third cruise ship operated by Disney Cruise Line, part of The Walt Disney Company. She is the second-largest ship in the cruise line fleet. She currently sails three-day, four-day, and occasional five-day cruises to the Bahamas. The other four ships in the fleet are the Disney Magic, Disney Wonder, Disney Fantasy, and... Read more

Disney Dream

Cruiseline: 
Capacity (DO): 
2500
Crew: 
1450
Tonnage: 
129 690
Length: 
1,114.7 ft (339.8 m)
Beam: 
137 ft (42 m)
First voyage: 
2011
Decks: 
14

The Disney Dream is the third cruise ship operated by Disney Cruise Line, part of The Walt Disney Company. She is the second-largest ship in the cruise line fleet. She currently sails three-day, four-day, and occasional five-day cruises to the Bahamas. The other four ships in the fleet are the Disney Magic, Disney Wonder, Disney Fantasy, and Disney Wish.

She entered service in 2011; her sister ship, Disney Fantasy, was deployed in 2012.

History and construction

In February 2007, Disney Cruise Line announced that it had commissioned two new ships. The first steel cut, for scrollwork on the ship's hull, was in March 2009, at the Meyer Werft shipyards in Papenburg, Germany. Later that month, the two ships were named, with Disney Dream set to enter service first, followed by her sister ship, Disney Fantasy. The design of Disney Dream was unveiled at a press conference in New York City, on October 29, 2009.

The keel of Disney Dream was laid on August 19, 2009. On June 1, 2010, the final section of the ship, the bow, was put into its place, completing the exterior, with work continuing on the interior of the ship. Float-out took place on October 30, 2010, and Disney Dream had her maiden voyage on January 26, 2011.

Disney Cruise Line took possession of Disney Dream on December 8, 2010. She arrived in Port Canaveral, Florida on January 4, 2011. Disney Dream was christened on January 19, 2011, by Jennifer Hudson, who began her career as an entertainer on Disney Wonder. Disney Dream's maiden voyage began on January 26, 2011, calling on Nassau, The Bahamas, and Disney's private island, Castaway Cay.

Since the ship's launch, the Disney Dream has sailed almost exclusively on three and four-night sailings to Castaway Сay and Nassau.

Design

Disney Dream is 40% larger than the two older ships in the Disney Cruise Line family, Disney Magic and Disney Wonder, with a gross tonnage of 129,690 GT, a length of 1,114.7 ft (339.8 m) and a width of 137 ft (42 m). Disney Dream has 1,250 staterooms, carries 2,500 passengers (double occupancy) or a maximum of 4,000 passengers, and a crew of 1,458.

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Attractions on Disney Dream


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Health Center

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Get a highly professional consulatation and recommendations concerning all deals with your health. The Centrer provides first aid and all necessary treatments.
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District Lounge

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District Lounge, a lively bar located on Deck 4, Aft in The District area aboard the Disney Dream, is an intimate nighttime spot with an attractive modern design. During the day, Guests of all ages...
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Luigi's Pizza

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Looking for a quick bite to eat? Visit Flo's Cafe, located near Donald's Pool on Deck 11 aboard the Disney Dream. With 3 unique stations themed after popular characters from the Disney"Pixar film C...
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Currents Bar

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Currents, a bar located on Deck 13, Forward aboard the Disney Dream, is a sunny spot with a scenic view where Guests can sit back and relax while sipping a refreshing cocktail.
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Enchanted Garden Restaurant

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Enchanted Garden on the Disney Dream is a Main Dining restaurant located on Deck 2, Midship that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Inspired by the luxurious gardens of Versailles, Enchanted Garde...
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Pink

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Pink, an adults-only bar located on Deck 4, Aft in The District area on the Disney Dream, is an elegant nightspot designed to look like the inside of a Champagne bottle, where adults can savor a co...
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Tow-Mater's Grill

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Looking for a quick bite to eat? Visit Flo's Caf?, located near Donald's Pool on Deck 11 aboard the Disney Dream. With 3 unique stations themed after popular characters from the Disney"Pixar film C...
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Edge

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Edge, a tweens-exclusive space located at Deck 13 inside the Forward Funnel aboard the Disney Dream, is a trendy hotspot where kids ages 11 through 14 can watch television, listen to music, play vi...
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Walt Disney Theatre

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The Walt Disney Theatre, a large-sized theatre located on Decks 3 and 4, Forward aboard the Disney Dream, is a lavish live-performance venue that recalls the grandeur and luxury of the dashing thea...
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Skyline

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Skyline, an adults-only cocktail lounge located on Deck 4, Aft in The District area on the Disney Dream, is a cosmopolitan sky bar boasting sweeping—and magically transforming—views of some of the ...

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